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Falko Dressler, "Towards the Tactile Internet: Low Latency Communications in Connected Cars," Tutorial, IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2017), Paris, France, May 25, 2017.


In this tutorial lecture, we discuss the challenges and opportunities of the Tactile Internet and its fundamental concepts. Current research towards 5G networks and the Tactile Internet focuses primarily on two core aspects: providing ultra-low latency as well as ultra-high reliability. Among many others, distributed control is considered a target application for such networking technologies. In the scope of this tutorial, we concentrate on connected cars as a prominent example. In this scope, we discuss both efficiency solutions for smart cities as well as highly safety critical applications such as fully automated driving in platoons of cars.

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    author = {Dressler, Falko},
    title = {{Towards the Tactile Internet: Low Latency Communications in Connected Cars}},
    howpublished = {Tutorial},
    publisher = {IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2017)},
    location = {Paris, France},
    day = {25},
    month = {05},
    year = {2017},

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